Sergeant Robert Shainline, Officer Cole Salinas, Officer Clara Steingart, Property & Evidence Technician Amanda Griffin and Sabrina Shainline participated in the Law Enforcement Torch Run on Wednesday to raise funds and awareness for Special Olympics Colorado.
Officer Marshal Allen was Team Windsor's escort as they ran a 3.1 mile section of the course from Frederick to Greeley. Then they met at Island Grove Regional Park with many of the other participants and ran the final mile with Special Olympic athletes into the park.
Great job Team Windsor!
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Tribune endorsement: Perry Buck will bring empathy, sincerity to Weld County
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